Well, the day 5 of Celebrity Cricket League 2015 has been over, this day was luckiest for the winners and unfortunate for the loser one. Two matches of Celebrity Cricket League 2015 played on 24th January, 2015 at Hyderabad.
In the 1st match, Telugu Warriors won the toss and elected to bat first, this decision was taken due to the pitch conditions and Telugu’ crew mindset to take on Karnataka Bulldozers. Karnataka Bulldozers set a target of 188 runs in 20 overs with 7 wickets lost.
Captain of Karnataka Bulldozers, Sudeep was the top run scorer, he scored 45 runs and Adarsh was the top bowler of the day as he picked up 3 wickets. Karnataka Bulldozers is the two times Champion and they have to defend their title in the next match.
|Venue||Hyderabad on 17th January 2015 (T20 Match)|
|Toss||Telugu Warriors won the toss and field first|
|Match Result||Telugu Warriors won by 6 Wickets|
|Man of the Match||Prince for 67 off 46 Balls|
Telugu Warriors started to chase the target impressively as the opener of Telugu did a great job via giving a smooth start of 84 runs. Prince was declared as “Man of the Match” who scored 67 runs, Sachin Joshi contributes 29 runs to the Telugu Warriors and on the other side Sudhir Babu also played a fine innings of 39 runs.
In the 2nd game of CCL Day 5, Veer Marathi and Kerala Strikers meet at Hyderabad; Marathi won the toss and opted to bat first. Although, it was not a good start for Veer Marathi because they lost their important wickets at earlier.
Marathi played marvelously in the death overs because they were successful in setting a big target to the opposition. Kerala Strikers played extremely well in this match as the restricted the opposition at lower with ball and also ruled their bat.
|Venue||Hyderabad on 24th January 2015 (T20 Match)|
|Toss||Veer Marathi won the toss and bat first|
|Match Result||Kerala Strikers won by 3 Wickets|
|Man of the Match||Rajeev Pillai 63 off 50|
Kerala Strikers chased down the target of 188 runs in 19.4 overs with 3 wickets in hand, Rajeev Pillai was announced as “Man of the Match” for his 63 runs in 50 balls.